The HR and Employment series. Part 5. The employee status. Recorded

Posted on 22 February 2022
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Welcome to this series on Human Resources, Employment, and Teams.

This has been built for practice owners, practice managers and to be honest, for all members who lead and manage teams. If your job in the practice involves recruitment, managing staff, and more then this will be for you.

In the last few years, many practices have experienced staff shortages, staff challenges and difficulties, and therefore, at Tubules we felt it important to bring in someone who can help you overcome some of these challenges.

For this series, we welcome Sarah Buxton from FTA Law. Sarah is an Employment and HR specialist. Her day-to-day job involves drafting employment contracts, preparing contracts for associates and self-employed staff, and helping practice managers and employers with day-to-day management issues. She also represents clients when matters don’t go to plan and if an employment tribunal occurs. With years of experience in this field, she will share lots of useful advice.

The series will cover recruitment, employment, self-employment, contracts, termination.

…AND there’s a special appearance from the one and only Andy Acton in the final part of this series. You are going to love it…

Part 5

Click here to view the series

Aims:

  • To identify and list some of the policies and procedures that should be in place to cover the specific rights and responsibilities of the employee

Objectives:

  • Identify the specific rights and responsibilities that an employee is entitled to with to regard pay and other aspects
  • Identify disciplinary and grievance procedures and how to approach the topic of suspension
  • List other policies available for employees
  • Identify the factors about employee and sickness

Learning outcomes:

  • By the end of this video the learner will be able to identify and list some of the policies and procedures that should be in place to cover the specific rights and responsibilities of the employee
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